The School Budget contains all of the revenues/expenses related to the normal day to day operations of the School District for the 2017-2018 school year.
The GN school district has cut over $5.1 million from the annual operating budgets over the past four years
Over 6.5 million of the budget provides services to the 69 private and non-public schools in the district
Great Neck is one of the few school districts on Long Island, that over the past decade, has seen an increase in student enrollment from 6,200 in 2008 to a projected 67,527 in 2017-2018.
The yearly school budget has increased on average 1.6% a year which is only slightly higher than the rate of inflation
If the budget does not pass then we will see dramatic reductions in the following programs: